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This is a very controversial book, but absolutely brilliantly researched and presented.

By studying the habits of our most closely related neighbors in the genetic spectrum, we are taken on a road trip of sexual understanding unlike any book before it.

Only, there was one problem: her specifics were specific, and the sites she was trying were giving her too many vague matches to be truly useful.

So, she gamed the system, crunching the data to figure out how to filter for her perfect man – and how to write about herself in a way that would attract him.

Read this one just for the stand-out strength of the message and the controversial view that in a relationship, YOU come first. Kara King has clearly gone yet a third route on her journey to dating success: highlighting the “magical” powers of being a woman, you can apparently transform yourself into a “man-magnet”.

Like Steve Harvey, she sees dating as a “game” and her book is “playbook” for winning that game.

His advice boils down to stating the need for women to understand the games that men play…and they do play games, according to Mr. It’s all a game for him, which is demonstrated by his frequent use of the word “playbook” to describe this book. Harvey uses lots of personal examples to illustrate how men think.

This, combined with his insights on what women want garnered from his talk show years, actually wind up sounding sort of wise.

Thus, no matter your partner status, you can find a relationship book that suits you. And how do you decide that someone is the ‘the one’ when the internet presents us with endless possibilities?

Aziz Ansari, Modern Romance (2015) The era of dating apps and instant communication has fundamentally changed the rules of romance. In Aziz Ansari tackles all this and more, combining his trademark quips with genuine study into the intricacies of love in the digital era.

Her view is controversial, perhaps in some ways falling in direct opposition to fellow comedian-talk show-host Steve Harvey.

Naturally, her approach is self-directed, while his is more about understanding the opposite sex.

The world of relationship books is huge, and varied, ranging from the hokey to the controversial to the genuinely helpful.

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